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Cross-Cultural and Gender Center

The Cross Cultural and Gender Center

Mission and Vision


  • The Cross Cultural and Gender Center exists to contribute significantly to the continued development of a safe and welcoming environment for the Fresno State community.
  • We foster meaningful dialogue and activism that works to eliminate racism, sexism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression.


  • To create and maintain a campus of respect, inclusion, and equal opportunity; where all members of the campus community thrive, free from oppression and discrimination.


What's at CCGC?

  • Prayer Room
  • Microwave
  • Affinity rooms to study, relax, meet others
  • Fliers for upcoming events
  • Printing services for affiliated clubs
  • Q Clothing Closet (trans and nonbinary student resources)
  • On-campus name change resources for Trans and Nonbinary students
  • Gender Inclusive Restroom map
  • Menstrual products




Programs and Services

Programs and Services




Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Programs

President's Commission on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion


  • Women's Campus Connection
  • President's Cultural Competency Certificate Program 
  • Fall/Spring Forum for Inclusion, Respect, and Equity
  • Conversations that Matter




Learn More about PCEDI

National Coalition Building Institute

NCBI International

  • Leading for Diversity and Inclusion Workshop
  • The Fresno State Campus Affiliate consists of a team of students, faculty, and staff trained to lead Prejudice Reduction workshops and the Controversial Issues Process
  • Request Workshops for your team, class, or department.
  • Attend all day NCBI and become NCBI certified.

Learn More about NCBI

First-Year Student Summer Retreat

CCGC Retreat

  • A three-day residential experience, in our on-campus housing, designed to facilitate a successful transition of incoming students to Fresno State.
  • Housing, meals, workshops, special sessions, activities, and events will be provided at NO COST to students
  • Intercultural interaction and community building prior to joining the campus.

Learn More about CCGC

Discrimination, Harrassment or Retaliation

What You Should Know

  • CSU Executive Order 1096 and Executive Order 1097 provides faculty, staff, students and third parties a procedure to file complaints alleging violations of the California State University (CSU) systemwide policy prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation against Employees, Students, or Third Parties.
  • This includes discrimination or harassment on the basis of Race/Color, National Origin/Ancestry, Marital Status, Religion, Gender/Sex, Gender Identify/Expression, Sexual Orientation, Disability, Military/Veteran Status, Medical Condition, Genetic Information, or Age.

Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation Form

  • Please note that submissions using this form might not be reviewed outside of normal business hours. If there is an immediate risk to health or safety, please call 911 or Fresno State Police Department at 559.278.8400.
  • See CSU Executive Order 1096
  • See CSU Executive Order 1097
  • Filing this report may begin the process of an inquiry into the information provided.
  • Please visit this site to make a report

Report Form

Sexual Harassment  Dating or Domestic Violence or Stalking

Title IX Form

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Cross Cultural and Gender Center

Thomas Administration Building, Room 110A
M/S TA35